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02-17-2020 09:24 PM
truehighroller1
Quote: Originally Posted by munternet View Post
Looks to be a lot on there that is not tightened up.
If you follow a guide like the one in my sig first you can then tighten up tRFC and raise tREFI if desired to get better aida scores
That guide has been printed by me and saved in my favorites! The guy you quoted is running my memory but only two of them I think anyway.. This is what I'm running right now and still working on tweaking at the moment.
02-17-2020 07:36 PM
davidm71 Hi,

Been a while since ran Memtest but got Memtest HCL with Memtest Launcher and noticed a couple things not sure about:

1. Auto selects 2 instances at 1024 Ram to test (512 per instance)
2. Gives a message that PID {number} is using 512 shared memory and 512 private memory

Not sure about that...

Thanks
02-17-2020 07:28 PM
munternet
Quote: Originally Posted by the_real_7 View Post
Hello Guys need a bit of help on this 4000c17 set i have Ive tried 16.17.17.34 but didn't really see gains. where can i go with this set

Looks to be a lot on there that is not tightened up.
If you follow a guide like the one in my sig first you can then tighten up tRFC and raise tREFI if desired to get better aida scores
02-17-2020 06:59 PM
the_real_7 Hello Guys need a bit of help on this 4000c17 set i have Ive tried 16.17.17.34 but didn't really see gains. where can i go with this set

02-16-2020 07:43 PM
truehighroller1 truehighroller1--7900x @4.8/3.1 = 1.285v/1.122v--- 4000Mhz-C17-18-18-38-1T = 1.5v---1.12v VCCIO 1.2v VCCSA---HCI 1000+%
02-16-2020 06:52 PM
Imprezzion As long as it's stable and doesn't cause errors or crashes due to b-die not liking the temps that high it's fine.
02-16-2020 11:22 AM
munternet
Quote: Originally Posted by Gen. View Post
@kamyk155 это высоко для памяти, но не критично. Могут возникать ошибки. Сделайте продув в корпусе лучше и желательно установите обдув для памяти. Всё тепло идёт от видеокарты.
translated: it is high for memory, but not critical. Errors may occur. Make blowing better in the case and preferably install a memory blower. All the heat comes from the video card.
02-16-2020 10:04 AM
Gen. @kamyk155 это высоко для памяти, но не критично. Могут возникать ошибки. Сделайте продув в корпусе лучше и желательно установите обдув для памяти. Всё тепло идёт от видеокарты.
02-16-2020 08:17 AM
kamyk155 Simply question about temperatures of B-die memory - today I saw 55*C on one of my memory sticks.
I think it is too hot. 4000MHz 18-18-18 with 1,41V now.
I put temperature sensors inside the radiators of three of my four memory sticks.
PS this temperature was only in Battlefield V - in benchmarks and other programs I didn't saw that high temperatures.
02-16-2020 07:29 AM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by lucasfrance View Post
My memory OC that was rock stable for months suddenly whas no that much stable under heavy stress tests for a few weeks...

After trying to recover this by increasing voltages I went back to the stable configuration and just made a cleaning of the memory sticks contacts with Ether and all is back to normal !!!

Even if the weather is not that much wet here in Switzerland (even not cold at all this year but this is an other story...) I suspect a very thin layer of oxidation appeared on the memory stick contacts that made my previously stable config a bit unstable.

Should you have this kind of experience (or also possibly to improve you memory OC!) try this very easy trick.

Note the very same applies to GPU/PCI (on the GPU side) and CPU/MB contacts (on the CPU side of course!).

Give a try and report back.
this is not unusual.
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